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Hawaiian Airlines Flight From Los Angeles to Maui Turns Around 3 Times




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                                        You know that feeling when you start your vacation and you just really want to get to your destination? Try to imagine, then, on plane flights from Los Angeles International Airport, bound for Maui, took off a total of three separate times — and each time turned around and went back to LAX. CNN notes that "aloha" means both goodbye "and" hello, "which seems appropriate to describe the experience of 207 passengers on the flight boundary for Kahului Airport, with all three returns to Los Angeles due to three separate mechanical issues, and airline rep says.
                                    

After the third turnaround, the flight was finally canceled. The airline explains that, because of the over-ocean distance between the two airports, the flight has been considered "extended-range operation" (ETOPS), meaning more rigid safety requirements are in place. "When there is an abnormality on an overland flight, it can, and often does, continue to its destination," the airline notes. "However, ETOPS flights operate to a more stringent safety standard … [which] is to respond to any indication of abnormalities with an abundance of caution." KITV reports all passengers were rebooked on other flights and given refunds, a $ 1

00 credit for future bookings, and hotel and dining vouchers. (The airline recently suffered from sad loss.)

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